Monoprinting With Nature
Monoprinting With Nature


I hope you like this tutorial I have put together on eco dyeing, especially if you are looking for some inspiration.

This is my very first attempt at doing a speak over video so bear with me!

These stunning papers are the result of experimenting with leaves and flowers from my garden and are available, for all your immediate crafting needs, as Digital products in my Etsy Shop: Infusions Art .... CLICK HERE......

What is Eco Dyeing:
It is a form of printmaking that has lines or images that can only be made once, unlike most printmaking, which allows for multiple originals.

This has been a wonderful experience and hope you have been inspired. You can also watch and share these videos from YouTube with the link below.

Click here if you'd like to see them on YouTube

Thank you for popping by, Paula.

Monoprinting After They Have Been Boiled In Cider Vinegar
Monoprinting After They Have Been Boiled In Cider Vinegar

These five videos show the use of flowers and foliage from my garden - the last two using Alum Powder.

What I could do better:
1) Secure the papers with rusty chicken wire or wooden blocks, tight and flat.
2) Pop a stone at the bottom of your pan before adding the papers and a heavy stone on top.
3) 45 minutes to an hour is long enough to simmer to get good results.

Have a go and any questions feel free to get in touch.

This fourth video was an experiment using Alum Powder, a dormant that seals the plant impressions better.

This 5th video shows the final results once the papers are dried from my experiment with Alum powder.

You can purchase my eco prints from my ETSY SHOP for all your crafting needs.